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This week in ThoroldToday+: BIG new contest coming soon

This week in ThoroldToday+: BIG new contest coming soon

Plus, go Inside the Village with a new direct way to reach Frisco and Scott
Museum marks Black History Month with tours and new exhibit

Museum marks Black History Month with tours and new exhibit

An official opening reception for the St. Catharines Museum’s newest exhibition — Last Stop: In Their Own Words — is scheduled for Feb. 25 at 10:30 a.m.
Niagara mourns beloved chef killed in car crash

Niagara mourns beloved chef killed in car crash

Daniel Tong, 32, was a chef at Ruffino's in Niagara-on-the-Lake; he 'cooked with the heart of a lion' and 'inspired and led so many young culinary minds during his career'
Encore winner heading to Europe after claiming $100K

Encore winner heading to Europe after claiming $100K

St. Catharines man says this is his first big win after playing lottery for more than 25 years
Thorold's new pyrolysis facility officially operational

Thorold's new pyrolysis facility officially operational

CHAR Technologies’ pyrolysis facility in Thorold South is finally operational. To celebrate, the company organized a site tour that took attendees through the pyrolysis process
Pierre Poilievre raking in record fundraising dollars

Pierre Poilievre raking in record fundraising dollars

During the last three months of 2022, the Conservatives brought in over $9.7M from more than 66,000 donors, compared to the Liberals' $5.8M and the NDP's $2.5M
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Police find crystal meth during traffic stop in St. Catharines

Police find crystal meth during traffic stop in St. Catharines

50-year-old driver from Niagara-on-the-Lake has been charged with drug possession and driving while under suspension
Why the hours have changed at the Canada Games running track

Why the hours have changed at the Canada Games running track

The managing group decided on the new public hours after observing community usage over the last few months; 'Not all running is created equal'
Time is of the essence to adopt new long-term care standards: authors

Time is of the essence to adopt new long-term care standards: authors

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is talking to provinces and territories about new standards for the quality, design and operations of long-term care homes in Canada